Features, Opinion & Analysis

16 hours ago | March 22, 2019

EDITORIAL COMMENT : HIV: Decriminalisation the way to go

Nearly five years ago, then Chinhoyi regional magistrate Mr Never Katiyo sentenced 39-year-old Nyengedzai Bheka to 15 ...

Sanctions affect response to natural disasters

I rise to give a statement on the condition of Cyclone Idai which has affected people in Manicaland and many other ...

Why Zimbabwe is on the path to progress

Zimbabwe is on a journey of reform. Nobody ever said it wouldn’t be a bumpy ride; but the most important thing is that ...

2 days ago | March 21, 2019

Editorial Comment: Tobacco farmers deserve a better deal

The 2019 tobacco marketing season officially opened in Harare yesterday and other provinces, amid mixed feelings among ...

Cyclone Idai: US double standards sickening

The humanitarian assistance that is being unveiled by the United States and the European Union  to Zimbabwe to mitigate ...

The path to colonial reckoning is through archives, not museums

As French President Emmanuel Macron tours East Africa, he is certain to get a cordial welcome.

Confronting flooding disasters

Severe floods in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe have affected up to 1,5 million people and left up to more than 300 ...

3 days ago | March 20, 2019

New dispensation walks the talk on corruption

The advent of the new dispensation in November 2017 has seen a new impetus in the fight against the scourge of corruption.

Public-private partnerships and prison reform

When you look at Constitutional Hill in South Africa, you see a beautiful building incorporating parts of the old jail ...

Zim needs to rethink social work

One sad feature of our modern-day societies is that many individuals and communities are being traumatised by the ...

4 days ago | March 19, 2019

Editorial Comment: Let’s fill the gap in civil protection

Zimbabwe is not often hit by cyclones, but when they do move this far inland they can cause more deaths and destruction ...

In the eye of a storm . . . tracing Zim’s, SADC’s cyclone horror

All eyes are on Cyclone Idai which tore through parts of Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi killing more than 200 people ...

Cyclone Idai: Depraved politics of blame

Zimbabwe is one of the countries that were caught in the vicious trail of destruction caused by Cyclone Idai. Mozambique ...

Industrialisation, RISDP review SADC’s top priorities in 2019

The strengthening of efforts to implement activities set out in an industrial development strategy and the review of a ...

US 2018 human rights report on Zim biased

Last week the United States Department of State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labour released its 2018 Country ...